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US court strikes down Trump’s pro-coal power sector rules

“The court’s decision to vacate former coal lobbyist Andrew Wheeler’s Dirty Power Plan is the apt bookend to the Trump Administration’s EPA, which was

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Federal circuit court scraps Trump administration’s power

The National Mining Association, which represents the coal-mining sector, said it was discouraged by the court decision that may result in tougher regulations on power plants that burn coal.

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Supreme Court decision could resurrect coal plants

Jun 30, 2015· The Supreme Court's decisive blow against the Environmental Protection Agency's pollution rules could bring coal-fired power plants back from the brink. But not before a lot more legal action that

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Carter v. Carter Coal Co. Wikipedia

Carter v. Carter Coal Company, 298 U.S. 238 (1936), is a United States Supreme Court decision interpreting the Commerce Clause of the United States Constitution, which permits the United States Congress to "regulate Commerce among the several States." Specifically, it analyzes the extent of Congress’ power, according to the Commerce Clause, looking at

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Wyoming, Montana Seek Supreme Court Ruling on Coal Exports

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming and Montana asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday to rule on Washington State's denial of a permit for a port facility that could boost U.S. coal exports. The coal-producing Rocky Mountain states argue the denial violates the Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution, which prohibits states from impeding trade

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McGoldrick v. Berwind-White Coal Mining Co. :: 309 U.S. 33

The case is one of interstate commerce in its most obvious form. The Berwind-White Company is a Pennsylvania corporation engaged in mining coal in that State. It has a sales office in New York. Its coal is mined from two veins known as "B Seam" and "C Prime Seam." The coal is sold to New York consumers for plants and steamships.

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Indian Supreme Court to make decision over coal mining ban

India’s National Green Tribunal (NGT) has deferred to the country’s Supreme Court over a decision to lift a coal mining ban in the north-eastern state of Meghalaya. The Supreme Court will have one month to establish a plan of action, which

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Court rejects bid to block coal plant regulations

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia set June 2 to hear arguments in that case, although it is widely expected to be ultimately decided by the Supreme Court, most likely in 2017.

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Turkish supreme court blocks coal plant The Ecologist

Turkey’s highest administrative court has blocked a major coal power plant on the Black Sea coast, in a victory for campaigners. The Council of State ruled on 21 February Hema Elektrik’s environmental impact assessment for the 1,320 megawatt project in Amasra district, Bartin province, was inadequate. It was responding to a lawsuit filed by more than 2,000 local people

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Turkish supreme court blocks coal plant, as wave of new

Mar 05, 2019· Turkey’s highest administrative court has blocked a major coal power plant on the Black Sea coast, in a victory for campaigners. The Council of State ruled on 21 February Hema Elektrik’s environmental impact assessment for the 1,320 megawatt project in Amasra district, Bartin province, was inadequate.. It was responding to a lawsuit filed by more than 2,000 local

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US court strikes down Trump’s pro-coal power sector rules

“The court’s decision to vacate former coal lobbyist Andrew Wheeler’s Dirty Power Plan is the apt bookend to the Trump Administration’s EPA, which was

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Jewell Ridge Coal Corp. v. United Mine Workers of America

Jewell Ridge Coal Corp. v. United Mine Workers of America, 325 U.S. 161 (1945), was a case decided by the Supreme Court of the United States dealing with the compensation of mine workers for time spent traveling to work sites while underground.

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Carter v. Carter Coal Co. Wikipedia

Carter v. Carter Coal Company, 298 U.S. 238 (1936), is a United States Supreme Court decision interpreting the Commerce Clause of the United States Constitution, which permits the United States Congress to "regulate Commerce among the several States." Specifically, it analyzes the extent of Congress’ power, according to the Commerce Clause, looking at

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Wyoming, Montana Seek Supreme Court Ruling on Coal

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming and Montana asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday to rule on Washington State's denial of a permit for a port facility that could boost U.S. coal exports. The coal-producing Rocky Mountain states argue the denial violates the Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution, which prohibits states from impeding trade

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MCGOLDRICK v. BERWIND-WHITE COAL MINING CO. FindLaw

The pur- [309 U.S. 33, 60] chasers notify the mining company of their requests, whereupon the coal is mined to meet the orders, two days being allowed for mining and five for transportation. The coal is transported from the mines by railroad to a pier in Jersey City where the seller's barges take the coal and bring it alongside the purchasers

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McGoldrick v. Berwind-White Coal Mining Co. :: 309 U.S. 33

The case is one of interstate commerce in its most obvious form. The Berwind-White Company is a Pennsylvania corporation engaged in mining coal in that State. It has a sales office in New York. Its coal is mined from two veins known as "B Seam" and "C Prime Seam." The coal is sold to New York consumers for plants and steamships.

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Supreme Court rejects Buller conservation land coal mining

Jul 15, 2020· The Supreme Court today dismissed the appeal. Forest & Bird said the decision made reserves across the country safer from mining. "This is absolutely wonderful news for nature, and particularly for the plants and animals threatened with extinction which live in this area," Forest & Bird chief executive Kevin Hague said.

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Borneo locals win a court battle to bar a coal miner from

Jan 30, 2020· Indonesia’s Supreme Court has ruled that a coal mining firm seeking to operate in South Kalimantan province should have its permit revoked. Indigenous activists, local officials and conservation

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No Supreme Court review for Eagle Pass coal mine

Mar 14, 2017· The Supreme Court decision came March 10, the same day the Railroad Commission confirmed in a letter to the local irrigation district that wind-blown dirt from the mine covered a canal lateral on

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Turkish supreme court blocks coal plant The Ecologist

Turkey’s highest administrative court has blocked a major coal power plant on the Black Sea coast, in a victory for campaigners. The Council of State ruled on 21 February Hema Elektrik’s environmental impact assessment for the 1,320 megawatt project in Amasra district, Bartin province, was inadequate. It was responding to a lawsuit filed by more than 2,000 local people

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Pocahontas Mining v. Jewell Ridge Coal Corp. :: 2002

The plant was used to prepare coal for market by separating it from rock and other materials gathered during mining operations. As stated previously, the 1969 Amendment provided that, upon termination of the lease, "the premises shall revert to [Pocahontas] and there shall remain intact upon the premises the preparation plant with all fixed

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Court Rejects a Bid to Block Coal Plant Regulations The

Jan 22, 2016· But the 27 states, many of which have economies that rely on coal mining or coal-fired power, have sued the administration to kill the plan. The Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia

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Coal Town, USA POLITICO Magazine

In West Virginia, where 43 of the state’s 55 counties have recoverable coal, now-defeated Democratic Rep. Nick Rahall reacted to a Supreme Court decision

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Tribals in 3 states against Centre’s decision to auction

The central government had, on June 18, approved auction of 41 coal mines for commercial usage to private players. Jharkhand government has filed a petition in the Supreme Court challenging the

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